by Marinus Jan Marijs
A time constant in the movement patterns of substructures generated in the aura fields
If one is able to observe the aura, one can see how the colors of the aura fields change and how the movement patterns of the substructures are. If this ability to perceive these subtle energy fields develops further, one does understand the meaning of the aura colors. It is possible to see the aura at different levels, the spatial dimensions of the different aura fields, vertical and concentric layers and dimensional/hierarchical layers in the aura fields. One can also perceive form-structures within the aura field, group auras, textural gradients (fineness of structure) in the aura, the development of higher aura fields, the chakras and nadis.
A personal experiment was undertaken to clock the time/movement patterns of auric substructures. Some of these substructures are orbs of energy in front of the forehead chakra. They are generated just in front of the forehead chakra and move out to the edge of the aura, then dissolve, to be replaced as another orb is generated, and so on.
Measuring the frequency of these pulsating energies, it became clear that the orbs were generated at equal intervals. The time elapsing between the appearance of two orbs was between 4.17 and 5.35 seconds. Taking the reaction time into consideration, and allowing for the fact that these pulsating energies grow and disappear gradually, this pulsation (at an average interval of 4.7 seconds) is a time constant.
The experiment was repeated 300 times (see the list) which gave an average of 4.7 seconds.
As a control, another person who had not been informed of the experiment (but who was able to see the orbs) was asked to measure the interval between sequentially generated orbs. Here again, the timed average was 4.7 seconds.
○ = An energy ball/orb in front of the forehead chakra;
↓↓ = A wave like stream from the crown chakra;
↓↓↓ = A wave like stream from the crown chakra from a higher level.
See list below
List of 300 times clocking